From NYT? No way...
The big top is about to come down on the clowns.
And that arrogant POS Miller says this was in no way political? He should be sent away with the rest of them making big rocks into little rocks.
..someone said Timothy Geithner was in this up to his crooked neck.
Funny that Bush probably found out the same time as us, but that he will end-up with the blame.
OB’s CHICKENS.... comin’ home to roost...
Is anyone surprised? CNN, NBC, CBS, and ABC are already calling in their “experts” to say that no laws were broken, just inappropriate action. Now I wonder if Savanah Guppie, Matt Liar, Coyote Blitzer, Candy A$$ Cooper, or the rest of their ilk would consider it “inappropriate” action if they were audited or their phone record seized?
General Counsel Christopher J. Meade
U.S. Treasury General Counsel George Madison to Leave on June 1, 2012
George W. Madison, the U.S. Treasurys general counsel, is leaving the position on June 1.
Christopher Meade, the departments principal deputy general counsel, will become acting general counsel, a Treasury official confirmed today. The official declined to be identified because the information wasnt released publicly. Meade, 43, is a former partner at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr LLP.
Subpoena Timmy. He’s white. Let’s knock the crap out of him. So far everyone has been white, and I find that to be very interesting. I think we’re being fed info step by step about expendable Obama flunkies...we need to subpoena Valerie Jarrett.
If Obama didn’t know, he has a staff of really stupid people.
Did Team Obama reach out and touch the NYTimes or as Rush says, Liberals protect & promote each other instinctively.
Disgusting how the NYT and many similar “news organizations” CHANGE stories and flush the old one completely. DISHONESTY and FALSEHOOD.
Since consumers of the NYT’s public accommodation rely on articles consumed as reference sources, if the NYT had integrity they would take a “Wiki” type approach and publicly archive all the prior published versions.
But NO, they don’t, and therefore it falls to private individuals to keep a copy to hold them accountable, but then the copy can scarcely be shared due to fair use limitations. FR is now only allowed to excerpt this type of this at best.
Does anyone know this? —> If you have a paid version of the NYT, are you able to access all previously published versions of articles? If you pay an extra fee are they available? Or are they really “down the memory hole” for official purposes? (I bet it is completely in the memory hole.)
I would propose that copyright law be updated so that when “public accommodations” like the NYT publish items for public consumption, that those items must remain reasonably accessible in order for full copyright to be maintained. If they do not want to archive and maintain access to things they already foisted on the public, that’s fine; but since they put it out there already and then pulled it, they should lose full copyright protection, such that it becomes “fair use” for others to publish the entire original article or web page for the purposes of education and discussion.
Maybe that’s too invasive to freedom to attempt to make any type of law about that...
...well, we could try shaming news organizations to stick to a new set of ethics that includes either providing archival access to publications or else voluntarily expanding fair use permissions on the copyright...
...nah, they have no shame, so that would not work either with these minions of the violent utopian elitists...